Next Assassin’s Creed reportedly coming to Nintendo Switch


Ubisoft’s 2017 Assassin’s Creed title is rumored to be coming to Nintendo Switch, and will reportedly release simultaneously on all three major consoles.

This report comes from Youtuber OBE1plays. He claims to have insider information and also says that he will be providing one leak per day for the next twelve days. In other words, if he’s to be believed, get ready for the Twelve Days of Switchmas.

His leak was corroborated by Laura Kate Dale, who has been one of the most reliable sources for Switch information thus far.

This isn’t necessarily the most surprising Switch leak, considering that Assassin’s Creed III and IV were released on Wii U, but maybe OBE1’s upcoming leaks will be more exciting. He’s promising Switch VR news on December 29th.

Just remember to be wary of his reports. He admitted that he is “doing it for subscribers”, but that he also does not want to jeopardize his credibility and his 35 000 subscribers by reporting fake news.

According to recent rumors, the next Assassin’s Creed is code named “Empire”, and is set in Egypt.

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One thought on “Next Assassin’s Creed reportedly coming to Nintendo Switch

  1. If I get the next Assassin’s Creed, it will be on one of the other consoles, as portability of this specific game is not a “need” for me – I would rather play it on a more powerful console – in this game’s case, graphics do mean more to me than portability.

    This is a good news article for me, however, as it made me consider exactly WHAT I’m looking for in the way of games I’ll purchase on the Switch. First, of course, are Nintendo “classics” like Zelda, Mario Kart, and I would love another PilotWings. Secondly would be games unique to the Switch console, or games that follow the same “art direction” for lack of a better term. Third would be games that I would enjoy both at home and on the road – my first and second choices would probably fall into that category!

    So I guess I’m looking forward to the Switch more for it’s “Nintendoness” than for its portability…


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